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tradition. jesus goes up onto a mountain to teach and there talks about the law. he looks like moses. >> ( dramatized ): when jesus saw the crowds, he went up to the mountain and began to speak and taught them, saying, "you are the light of the world." >> jesus delivers five different sermons of this sort, just like the five books of torah. >> think not that i have come to abolish the law and the prophets. i have come not to abolish, but to fulfill. >> in "matthew," jesus is a proponent of torah piety, just like the pharisees. >> ( dramatized ): whoever breaks one of these commandments will be called least in the kingdom of heaven. for i tell you, unless your righteousness exceeds that of the scribes and the pharisees, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven. >> narrator: the jesus of "matthew" singles out the pharisees for a bitter attack. >> ( dramatized ): woe to you scribes and pharisees, hypocrites. for you are like whitewashed tombs which on the outside look beautiful, but inside, they are full of the bones of the dead and all kinds of filth. >> now, in jesus' own times, the
not think i have come to abolish the law or the prophets. i have come not to abolish but to fulfill." >> what we learned from the gospel stories is not that jesus was not jewish. quite the opposite. he's completely embedded in the judaism of his time. >> was jesus a jew? of course jesus was a jew. he was born of a jewish mother in galilee, a jewish part of the world. all of his friends, associates, colleagues, disciples-- all of them were jews. he regularly worshipped in jewish communal worship-- what we call synagogues. he preached from jewish text, from the bible. he celebrated jewish festivals. he was born, lived, died, taught as a jew. nowadays, there are temples and sygogues everyere you go there is not a jewish community in the world that doesn't have a synagogue, and many of them are called temples. in this period, however, we should always remember that there is only one temple, and that's the one temple in jerusalem. ( people conversing in background ) >> narrator: for jews living in the time of jesus, the temple in jerusalem was the center of their religious life. >> the j
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